The solution is not to censor the internet. The solution is to allow the free-market to handle itself. If music and movies can not survive, perhaps the people didn't really want them that much anyway. If the people do want them, they will pay them. I'm really not much concerned about the Keisha's and T-Pain's being squandered. I'm also not much worried about the flux of shitty movies that come out every few months. The industry will not completely collapse, because people will still legitimately pay for movie tickets, books/kindles, and live shows. As well, if the industry does start begging for cash and the people really like these things, they will pay more for them. The true artists will likely stick around. Like I said, there is a difference between consumers sharing goods and people copying intellectual property and selling it (ie. patents, etc).